Sergei Dreznin, a Moscow–born, Berlin–based award–winning pianist and composer has been dubbed “the Soviet Gershwin” in the Soviet–era Moscow underground scene. Since 1988, he has seen 16 of his musical theatre productions staged in
Europe and the U.S.
He appears regularly at the prestigious music festivals including Bard Music (New York), the Sviatoslav Richter in Tarusa, Russia and Annecy Classic in France. His award–winning Russian musical epic Catherine the Great is running since 2008 in Russia to sold–out houses.
Other shows include Romeo & Juliet in Sarajevo, YAMA — a Whorehouse Musical, Ophelia — opera in blue, Victory Over the Sun and 24 heures de la vie d’une femme starring Isabelle Georges.